Thompson v Milk Marketing Board

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtCourt of Appeal
Date1952
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12 cases
  • Eastwood (W. & J. B.) Ltd v Herrod
    • United Kingdom
    • House of Lords
    • 25 February 1970
    ...used to deal with the products of these operations. I observe that in the reported argument before the Lands Tribunal in Thompson v. Milk Marketing Board 45 Rating and Income Tax at page 184 it was submitted with regard to a dairy farm that what happened to the milk after it had been "......
  • Gilmore v Baker-Carr
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal
    • 2 July 1962
    ...operations thereon which have any connection with the broiler house. Herein lies the distinction between this case and Thompson v. Milk Marketing Board. 1958, 2 Queen's Bench, where the agricultural operations on the 29 acres were closely connected with the buildings where the bulls were ke......
  • Eastwood (W. & J. B.) Ltd v Herrod
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 24 June 1968
    ...without being embarrassed by the cases. But there is one case which does embarrass me, and It Is a case in this Court. It is Thompson v. Milk Marketing Board (1952 2 Q.B. 817). It concerned a cattle breeding centre established by the Milk Marketing Board. There were a lot of buildings incl......
  • Perrins v Draper
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal
    • 23 July 1953
    ...that merely of cooling. The case seems to me to be therefore quite distinct from the case of ( Thompson v. Milk Marketing Board 1952, 2 King's Bench, page 817) and, save for the language of Lord Justice Somervell, which supports the view I have taken of the meaning of the word "thereon......
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